Have Michigan election questions? Ask our politics team

We’re just two days away from Election Day. And we’re sure you have questions pertaining to midterms in Michigan.

The Free Press politics team has been working around the clock in recent weeks and months following the campaign trails, keeping up with the candidates, key races and proposals, fact-checking various claims circulating on social media, and informing you on everything you should know about voting, your rights and potential implications for Michigan as a battleground state entering the next presidential election in 2024.

(Clockwise, from top left) Clara Hendrickson, Arpan Lobo, Todd Spangler, Paul Egan and Dave Boucher of the Detroit Free Press politics team will answer your questions in a Reddit "Ask Me Anything" at 2 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, ahead of the 2022 midterm election.

At 2 p.m. Monday, the eve of Election Day, our political reporters − Clara Hendrickson, Arpan Lobo, Todd Spangler, Paul Egan and Dave Boucher − are hopping on a Reddit “Ask Me Anything” in the r/Michigan subreddit to answer all your questions about the midterm election in Michigan, what we could see on Tuesday night and more.

>> Check back here one hour before the AMA begins Monday for a link to the Reddit AMA, where you can begin asking questions for our team, and they will begin answering starting at 2!



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